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Legitimating Lived Curriculum: Towards a Curricular Landscape of Multiplicity.

@article{Aoki1993LegitimatingLC,
  title={Legitimating Lived Curriculum: Towards a Curricular Landscape of Multiplicity.},
  author={Ted T. Aoki},
  journal={Journal of curriculum and supervision},
  year={1993},
  volume={8}
}
  • Ted T. Aoki
  • Published 1993
  • Sociology
  • Journal of curriculum and supervision
  • "The lived curriculum" . . . "the other curriculum" . . . These words inscribed in the title of this article speak to the way I have already been claimed by curricular landscapes of practicing teachers and their students. So claimed, I ask that I be allowed to dwell near, if not in the midst of, these landscapes, so that I may, by listening more thoughtfully to sayings of teachers and students, become more alert to the archi-texture of curricular landscapes within which activities like… CONTINUE READING
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